Community College


Peninsula College 半島學院 (華盛頓州 WA)


Peninsula College offers associate transfer degrees, other degrees and certificates, and beginning fall 2007, introduces a new Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Applied Management.

Peninsula College offers numerous academic and career opportunities for students of all ages and educational backgrounds. Whether students are looking for a new career, are interested in a two-year professional or transfer degree or would like a bachelor’s degree, Peninsula College has a program to meet your needs.

The Basics
Setting easy access to Seattle
School Type State-supported, Coed
Tuition US$9,000
Housing Homestay
Transfer Records University of Michigan
Current Weather
School Website
General Information
State Washington (WA)
Location Port Angeles
Nearest City Seattle
Environment Small town
Campus Size 75-acre
Year Founded 1961
Admission Req.m HKDSE / F.6
Academic Calendar Fall/ Summer
Level Offered Associate degree, 2-year University Transfer Program
Enrollment Approximately 8,300 students
Student-to-Teacher 28:1

Students Transfer Records:

Including University of Illinois, University of Michigan, Indiana University,University of Texas, University of Minnesota, Brigham Young University,Washington State University, Western Washington University etc.


Academic Programs:

PeninsulaCollegehas set its general education requirements for the Associate in Arts (A.A.) and Associate in Science (A.S.) degrees to conform with guidelines of the Washington Inter College Relations Commission (ICRC) for direct transfer of A.A. and A.S. degree credits.



Large study rooms,CopyCenter, Media Carrels, Gym etc.

Campus security: 8-hour patrols by trained security personnel
Student services: Women's center


Students Life:

ASC, Facebook, Athletics, Clubs and Organization, Recreation etc